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THE HAPPENING 



The 

1969 

Yonahian 

Dorsey Stancil, Editor 

Chris Miller, Business Manager 

Miss Edna Holcomb, Advisor 



Demorest between 1895 and 1900. 





During the late eighteen hundreds moral corruption was taking a 
prominent role all over the United States . A group of preachers from 
Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Ohio, and Indiana were traveling all 
over the country preaching against the evils of the time and looking for 
a place to establish an ideal town. One of the dominant leaders in this 
group was Mr. Jennings Demorest. Although Mr. Demorest never came 
to this location, the town was named for him because of his prominence 
in the fight against moral corruption. 





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The sophomore class in 1903. 







The following is a list of rules for young lady 
■ding studi- printed in the J. S. Green 

College Catalogue of 1902-1903. 

1. Girls must not communicate with young 
gentlemen without special permission. 

2. They must not leave the grounds with- 
cial permission. 

3. Those taking music lessons must not 
ano open and must use greatest cau- 

n not to disfigure or injure the instrument 
in the least degree. No student is permitted 

nter the room where another is practicing, 
and no one not taking lessons in music will be 
allowed the use of pianos. The small sum of 
50 cents will be charged each pupil to keep 
the instrument in order. 



11. No writing to or receiving notes from 
young gentlemen permitted. If a note is sent, 
it is to be taken to Mrs. Spence and her di- 
rection in the matter is final. No correspon- 
dence with young men, unless the proper per- 
son writes to the President and plainly states 
that the correspondence meets his or her ap- 
proval . 

12. No exchange of rooms, and visiting 
from one to another during study hours per- 
mitted. 

13 . Implicit obedience is required under 
all circumstances. 



4. All damange done to furniture, or to 
any other property in rooms, must be settled 
for; and if the person doing the damage does 
not at once report same, she will be severely 
demerited, and the cost of same reported to 
parents or guardian. 

5. Rooms must be neatly arranged before 
leaving them and must be so kept during the 
entire day. 

6. All sickness must be reported to Mrs. 
Spence . 

7. All must obey rising, retiring, prayer 
and school bells, and must be ready in five 
minutes after the ringing of the college bell to 
accompany the lady teachers to the school - 

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8. All must observe the Sabbath by at- 
tending Church and Sabbath -school. This is 
obligatory and it is useless to matriculate with 
any other understanding or expection. Bois- 
terous conduct on this day is strictly forbidden. 

9. No permission will be given to enter 
stores, post-office or any other place of busi- 
ness, on going to or returning from school. 
On Friday afternoon a teacher will accompany 
girls to store, etc., but at no other time. 

10. No brother or cousin is permitted to 
accompany the girls on their way to and from 
church, nor at any other time on the streets. 
All such may call to see them at the hall. 




The Theta Zeta Phi Society, 1906. 



By 1890 Demorest could boast of the following prominent business features : Dem 
orest Manufacturing Company. The Demorest Bath Tub Works, Demorest Knit- 
ting Company, Wagon Factory, Spoke and Handle Factory, The Broom Factory, 
The Demorest Machine Works, Demorest Saw Frame Works, Demorest Hoop 
Works, and The Saddle Tree and Collar Factory. 








Piedmont College and Academy 
Big Schoolhouse on the Hill 
Burned about 1910 
Picture made about 1909 






The town was organized with a distinct moral purpose in view. The 
city ordinances were very strict in regard to whiskey, gambling, and pros' 
titution. In all deeds there was a forfeiture clause, if any of these evils 
were practiced on the property. 







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Demorest has been noted for over a half a century for its comfort- 
able climate, pure mountain water and especially the exceedingly low 
death rate per capita and low incidence of diseases . 

There has never been an outbreak of any contagious disease. Tu- 
bercuh' ilio and other communicable diseases that appear in many 

communities are almost nonexistent in Demorest. 



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Girls Basketball Team of 1929. 
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Piedmont College Library about 1912. 
Miss E. Louise Patten, Librarian, at right. 



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Commons Hall, a great link with the past, burned Feb- 
ruary 2, 1969. This four -story building served as dor- 
mitory, dining room, and various meeting rooms . Stu- 
dents, faculty and townspeople will miss this ancient land- 
mark, but plans are in the making for a grand new Student 
Union Building. 




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Miss Jane Smith 




Homecoming Court 
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LaReine Verchot 
Pat Poole 
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Miss Diane Cecchini 
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Second Runner-up 
Miss Dana Moore 
Mr. Sherman Koch 

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Miss Jane Smith 
Mr. Bill Harris 




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Yonahian Court 







Miss Yonahian 
Miss Pat Poole 
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Miss Yonahian 

1969 





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THE GROUP 



The 

1969 

Yonahian 



TWO DECADES OF GROWTH AND PROGRESS AT PIEDMONT COLLEGE 

1948-1968 



The Georgia Foundation for Independent Colleges, an association of the ten senior 
. redited, gift supported colleges in the state of Georgia, requested a study of each 
college's growth during the past twenty years. The following Piedmont College facts 
were reported by President James E . Walter to GFIC, telling their own historic story: 

1967-68 % Increase 





Vital Statistics 


1947-48 


1. 


Enrollment 


282 


2. 


Tuition and Fees income 


73,186 


3. 


Financial aid for students 


15,000 


4. 


Average faculty salary 


3,600 


5. 


Income Producing Endowment 
Securities at market value 


none 


6. 

7. 


Book value of Plant 217, 552 

Mortgaged 100% 
Alumni giving 600 


8. 


Total operating budgets 


110,091 


9. 


Total payroll 


85,000 



10. Contributions of cash, stocks, 

bonds and real estate 31, 842 



11. Faculty/Student ratio 



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461 


63 


471,184 


544 


199,157 


1228 


7,198 


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13, 179 


2, 580, 636 

Debt Free 

11,598 


25,806 
1933 


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410,698 


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1965 --Piedmont College was a Charter Member of The Council for the 
Advancement of Small Colleges . 

1965 --Accreditation was achieved for the first time in the history of 

Piedmont College (founded in 1897) when elected to Membership in 
The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools at the Annual 
meeting of the Association in Roanoke, Virginia. 

1966 --Piedmont College was elected the Tenth Member of the Georgia 
Foundation for Independent Colleges . 



In 1948, Cartoonist Ripley described Piedmont College as the only four -year liberal 
arts college in America that did not have a single building which was designed as a 
College facility. A two -story mule barn was the classroom building. A four -story 
resort hotel was the women's dormitory and the college dining room. A small two- 
story building purchased from the Army housed the business administration classes. 
An old frame house with a leaky roof was the business office and the president's head- 
quarters . 

At that time, every building and every pencil was mortgaged to the hilt. The col- 
lege was $167, 000 in debt. There was not even enough credit to provide crackers for 
the vegetable soup in October, 1949. 



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Mrs. Scott's water color painting of Commons Hall and old Classroom Building. 




Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin Scott came to Piedmont College in 
1952 as Head Residents of the Women's Dormitory in Commons 
Hall. Dr. Scott was Professor of Religion and Drama at first, 
and then accepted the major responsibilities of Dean of College . 
This responsibility he served with distinction until his death in 
1957. 

Mrs. Edith Scott, in addition to being Dean of Women, and 
having had classes in art, began her water color paintings of the 
old buildings on campus when here, 1952-59. She has continued to 
paint the buildings --both old and new --which have become treasures 
of art. Several of them have been photographed and are included in 
these pages, for Mrs . Scott's paintings tell the story of the College's 
growth with the perception and impart of an artist. 

Mrs . Scott gained national recognition in the New York Water 
Color Club and the American Water Color Society shows, with 
work exhibited at the National Art Gallery in Washington. 



Mrs. Benjamin Scott 



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Photographic copy of water color represents old auditorium (left corner), old gymnasium (right center), and 
present gymnasium (at top). 



Early in November, 1950, an Open House Evening for the new Gymnasium was 
held, with Johnny Mize, a Demorest boy and former Piedmont student, and the star 
first baseman of the World Champion New York Yankees, as an honored guest. 

In the summer of '67, certain renovations and extensive repairs were made. 
An open porch to the front was converted into an all-weather lobby; a new ceiling 
and new roof replaced the old; new lights, new windows, and clocks were installed, 
and a complete paint job was done. 




Builder and His Crew 

Dr. Wilton Duckett, class of '56, is both a Minister and a Dedicated Builder as 
Superintendent of Construction and Maintenance at Piedmont College . He is equally 
comfortable on the seat of a tractor, in the cab of a huge crane, or in the pulpit of a 
church. He has served as part time instructor of Religion and as assistant to the 
Chaplain on the Piedmont Faculty, and as foreman, building inspector, maintenance 
superintendent, and now as Superintendent of Construction. Mr. Bert Millard, Gaines- 
ville, Georgia, has worked closely with Dr. Duckett as the architect and advisor on 
the college building program . 

A laboring and construction crew of 16 men works regularly with Dr. Duckett on the 
college building program and maintenance. This figure is sizably increased with stu- 
dent help and specialized workmen on the construction of a new building. The senior 
helper on his construction crew is Mr. Howard Moss, a Negro from Cornelia, who 
has been the mortar -mixing and mud -coloring man for ten years on all buildings con- 
structed by Dr . Duckett . 










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KING SCIENCE HALL 
1958-68 



After recognizing for many years the urgent needs of better equipment for 
our students of chemistry, biology and physics, we set ourselves to the task of 
gathering gifts from friends interested in this project. In 1956 Dr. and Mrs . 
Robert J . King of New Canaan, Connecticut announced that they would make 
$60, 000 available for this central cause of science at Piedmont. During the 
year we were encouraged and inspired by gifts of many friends amounting to 
$144,000 for this new Science project. The $6,000 given by Alumni was in- 
cluded and the ground level chemistry floor was named Roberts Chemistry Hall 
in honor of Dr. William Silas Roberts, distinguished professor of chemistry and 
physics for thirty -five years. 

Construction was begun, and the big excitement on campus during the spring 
and summer quarters was the fulfillment of a long-standing dream, the actual 
construction of King Science Hall. Biology, chemistry and physics classes met 
in their spic and span new classrooms and laboratories at the beginning of the 
fall quarter of college, September 24, 1958, the only electrically heated and 
electrically cooled complete science building in the state of Georgia at that 
date. 

But buildings and equipment must be kept in stride with the progressive im- 
petus of technology, and King Science Hall was in need of additional space and 
modern equipment. Again, Dr. and Mrs . King by their generosity and con- 
tinued interest made it possible for Piedmont College to have this modern well 
equipped tool of science education. Just ten years less one day --October 25, 
1968 --Dr. and Mrs. Robert J. King were honored with a special luncheon at a 
meeting of the full Board of Trustees in a Rededication Service of King Science 
Hall in the interest of scientific study and research. Dr. King as Co -Chairman 
of the Board of Trustees, along with Mrs . King and his son and daughter were 
on campus for this annual meeting and Rededication Service . 

Over 3500 students have used this facility; seventy students have taken 
majors in the sciences and moved into the business world, and twice this num- 
ber minoring in the sciences are now using these skills in various occupations . 
Over 23% of the science graduates are now teaching, both in secondary schools 
and at the college level. Many have completed advanced graduate degrees, 
some in medicine; 26% are employed in the major drug and chemical industry; 
12% by the state of Georgia Health Department in pre -medical professions; 10% 
still full time students at the graduate level, and 10% are in the military ser- 
vice of our country . 

King Science Hall recived the highest rating from both the Southern Associa- 
tion of Colleges and Schools and the Georgia Department of Education. This 
vital facility was a very positive asset in achieving accreditation in 1965. 

Faculty members, students and the King Family have made the past decade 
one of success, and the expanded King Science Hall, now fifty per cent larger, 
presses forward to another Decade of Service for the young men and women of 
Piedmont College, with sincere appreciation to Dr. and Mrs. Robert J. King. 





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WALLACE HALL DORMITORY FOR MEN 
1961 

Wallace Hall was opened September 1961, a steel and concrete structure, and 
named for its donors, Carl Ensley Wallace (1875-1956), and Luella Tyler Wallace 
(1880-1968), dedicated Christian friends of Youth. 

Wallace Hall houses ninety -six men with four men living in each suite consisting 
of two rooms with connecting bath, four guest rooms, and two complete apartments, 
In addition, there is a large lounge, TV rooms, recreation area and laundry room. 



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During the summer of 1963, L. O'Neal Cave, Director of the Physical Education Depart- 
ment and Coach, spearheaded construction of a Golf Course, representing some 50 acres 
of what had formerly been the Piedmont College Farm. By the fall of 1964, all work had 
been completed, the greens were in playing condition, and the fairways had been grassed. 
The Golf Course was formally opened to the public October 15, 1964. 







Originally, the Athletic field was located in front of the gymnasium . In the Spring of 
1963, it was transferred to an area alongside Wallace Hall, now overlooked by the Mens 
New Dormitory. 

Two all-weather Tennis Courts were constructed in the spring of 1964 at the east end 
of the Athletic Field. The courts represented a gift by the Alumni Association to the 
College at an approximate cost of $7, 500. 




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A key facility in the College's program of qualifying for accreditation was the con- 
struction of Daniel Hall, a new classroom and administration building. Dedication 
services, honoring Fred Adams Daniel, class of 1923, in whose memory the building 
is named, were held October 28, 1965 on the east portico. 

Daniel Hall is a five -story building of red brick, with centered columned entrances 
in Georgia Colonial style, situated on the central knoll of the campus. It has 65, 000 
square feet of space with four executive office suites, 22 faculty offices, and 20 com- 
plete classrooms. It provides for a possible enrollment of over 1000 students, and 
has a seating capacity of 600 during any one class period. The building is independently 
heated and air conditioned, with individual room controls . It has wall to wall carpet 
and is equipped with the latest and most efficient facilities . 




Photographic copy of Mrs. Scott's water color drawing of 
the earlier administrative offices. 




Getman-Babcock Hall 
Dormitory for Women 1965 

Following the dedication of the College Library in 1941, Babcock Hall was the 
second college -constructed building at Piedmont, completed in 1942. The Hall was 
named for its Donor, Miss Cora A. Babcock, a Church School teacher, of Coopers - 
town, New York, and accommodated 28 girls. In the early 60's, the Babcock -Getman 
family indicated their concern for additional dormitory space for college women, and 
their purpose to erect an addition to Babcock Hall. The building was ready for occu- 
pancy in the fall of 1965 at a basic cost of $300, 000 and carried the names of the 
donors . The Babcock wing had been integrated with the new unit, and today houses the 
faculty lounge, college infirmary with office and beds, extra guest rooms, and extra 
upstairs double rooms for additional students. 




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2. E. Louise Patten- -center 

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College Library 1941-1966 

The first mention of a Library for Piedmont College, known as the Sarah Davis 
Green Library, was in 1899. In 1910, Miss E. Louise Patten became the first Li- 
brarian, for whom the library was later renamed . 

The first college building was dedicated in 1941 . It represented 3, 000 square 
feet of floor space and provided reading space for 100 students. For twenty years 
the library served many dual purposes: dances, Lyceum programs, plays, and the 
President's Reception following Commencement activities. To remedy the problem 
of inadequate library facilities and holdings as judged by the American Library 
Association standards, an enlargement and expansion was made in 1962. A mez- 
zanine was added, bring the capacity of the library to 35, 000 volumes and providing 
enlarged floor space. In March, 1966, a further expansion and remodeling of the 
Library was begun. The old library was incorporated with the new half and made 
to blend with the Georgian Colonial design of Daniel and Getman-Babcock Halls. The 
building was completed for the opening of school in September, 1966. 



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World Tour Seminar --March 22 to May 11, 1968. 

. ademic emphasis emerged in the fall of 1967 when the faculty voted to 

.blish the first World Tour Seminar as presented by the Chairman of the Social 
Sciences Division, [Dr. Arthur O. Rinden. Twelve students enrolled for this first 
tour of 49 days around the world. 

One of the highlights was a morning visit (April 29) with Madame Chiang Kai-Shek, 
a former student of Piedmont Academy, in the living room of the President's Resi- 
dence of the Republic of China, Taipei, Taiwan. 



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COLONIAL CHAPEL 

The Chapel will be located between the Classroom building (Daniel Hall) 
and King Science Hall, facing the main highway . It will be at the heart of our 
college community, even as Christ is the Cornerstone of our Faith. Ground- 
breaking for the new Chapel is planned around March 1, or possibly at the 
meeting of the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees the middle of 
February . 




STUDENT ACTIVITIES CENTER 

Drawings are on the planning board now (January, 1969) for a new Student 
Activities Center and Dining Hall, which will be located along the road over- 
looking Demorest Lake (present location of the Rogers House), and will com- 
plete the quadrangle of the campus . 



ACADEMIC GROWTH AND STRENGTH through Endowed Faculty Chairs. 
1968 --Received Fuller E. Callaway Faculty Chair in field of Religion. 
Need: A $300,000 gift to endow each Faculty Chair in the following studies: 
English, History, Business Administration, Biology, Chemistry, Education, 
Psychology, Spanish, Physical Education, and Philosophy . 



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Eager and industrious students, dedicated and talented teachers, concerned 
and generous friends of Christian education, all combine to make up the every 
day splendor of a growing edge at Piedmont College . 

Since the strength and growth of a gift -supported college depends on the 
financial support of its alumni and other friends, the steady increase in giving 
current funds and legacies speaks volumes of encouragement for the future . 

College graduates of today on the average, according to a report from the 
United States Department of Labor, will earn over $100, 000 more during their 
life time than they would have earned as a high school graduate . 

The future will be even brighter as graduates at Piedmont College stand on 
the shoulders of inherited greatness and provide even finer opportunities of 
academic and spiritual growth for each new generation of college students . 



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Officers of the 
Student Association 





Bob Duckworth, Vice president 



Rob Geis, President 



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Paul Armbruster 
Sumner Barr 
Richard Barsh 
David Carswell 
Les Cole 

Prachuab Dechawan 
Doug Dinkelo 
John Ennis 
Kurt Forstrom 
Robert Frady 
Tom Frame 
Henry Gartrell 
Jim Giblin 
Frank Gollinelli 
Jack Green 
Ronald Hayden 
Few Hembree 
Nick Holub 
Ronald Irvine 
Charles Jaegar 
Edward Krynicki 
Gary Kuchinski 
Kenneth Kleven 
Glenn Lerch, 
President 
Richard Lester 
Daniel Marconi 
David McDaniel 
Chris Miller 
Phil Murray 
Ronald Niebaum 
Lamar Oglesby 
James Powell 
Kenneth Robb 
Dorsey Stancil 
James Stuart 
Brian Sullivan 
Colby Tilley 
Robert Tougas 
Gerald Vailliancourt 
Dennis Wagner 
Fred Wilcox 
Charles Young 
William Rankin 
Richard Koch 
Frank Marino 




Linda Allred 
Carole Armstrong 
Marcia Baskin 
Lynda Bush 
Ellen Callahan 
Kathy Cave 
Diane Ceechini 
Judy Coco 
Evie Crandell 
Sue Curtis 
Candy Eagle 
Linda Fisher 
Annette Gilpatrick 
Jane Higdon 
Ricie Johnson 
Kathy King 
Dale Lieber 
Dana Moore 
Mary Reilly 
Stacie Roll 
Christi Rowland 
Gayle Smith 
Jane Smith 
Donna Tallarico 
Dee Vail 
La Reine Verchot 





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Gamma Chi Ideals 






Glenn Lerch 



Brian Sullivan 









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Mike Cannon 

Scott Collins 

Bob Duckworth 

Mike Ellis 

Lee English 

Rob Geis 

Mike Gordon 

Bob Graves 

Buff Green 

Bill Harris 

Duane Heddon 

Steve Hudson 

Ron Ledford 

Steve Parker 

Ed Pasinski 

Richard Pasinski 

George Payne 

Mike Queen 

Tom Richard 

Dr. George Rountree, 

Advisor 
Tom Todd 
Bob Tomlin, 

President 
Bob Towles 






The Theta Zeta Phi 
Society 



Barbara Bramlett 
Cheryl Briscoe 
Peggy Britt 
June Collins 
Jeanette Dixon, 

President 
Gwinn Hunnicutt 
Jean Irvih 
Linda Pharr 
Pat Poole 
Jane Rowland 
Evelyn Short 
Jane Smith 
Judy Slaton 
Lynne Tyson 
Ann Wilson 
Moreene Godin 
Betty Johnson 
Susan McCoy 
Kitty Miller 
Carlene Nichols 
Dorothy Pennington 
Elizabeth Phillips 
Diane Whittington 





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Bob Duckworth 



Rusty Rabun 



Jim Jones 



Paul Miller 







Larry Rawlins 



Steve Hudson 
Ronnie Hill 
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Chuck Hamel 



Walt Stroup 



Ronnie Ledford 



Larry Clark 







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Donnie Miller 
Larry White 



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Jeff Slone 
Lennie Matheney 
Kenny Wells 
Carlton Byers 
Roger Collins 
Larry Hall 
Ray Parsons 
Dave Rankin 
Ralph Comer 
Sherman Koch 



Most Valuable 

Varsity Player 

Ronnie Hill 



Most Valuable 
Junior Varsity Player 
Roger Collins 



Co-captains 

Roger Collins 
Dave Rankin 






Cheerleaders 



LaRiene Verchot 



Alice McGhee, mascot 







Ricie Johnson 




Ellen Callahan 



Judy Coco 




The Torch Club 



Miss Mary Griggs 





Barbara Bramblett 



Miss Edna Holcombe , President 




The Torch Club is an Honor Society for the women 
students of Piedmont College . The requirements for 
membership are: (1) completion of three years work 
at Piedmont, (2) the maintenance of a high scholastic 
average, (3) high moral character. The Torch motto 
is "Love of Learning, Service, and Character." 

The Torch Club was established in 1933. In 1937 
Mrs. C. Lisle Percy, professor of languages at Pied- 
mont, organized the members into an active society. 




Sheila Dodd 



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I.C.C. 



The Inter Club Council, composed of representatives 
from each club on campus, act as a clearing house for 
campus functions . All student activities are coordinated 
by this club. 



Jane Smith 
Ron Niebaum 
Gayle Smith 
Rob Geis 
Buff Green 
Richard Barsh 
Bill Harris 
Marcia Baskin 
Cheryl Briscoe 
Dale Lieber 
Dorsey Stancil 
Candy Eagle 
Linda Pharr 
Chris Miller 
Linda Allred 



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Baptist Student Union 



The Baptist Student Union is composed of students 
who are predominately Baptist, although this is no 
prerequisite. This society through Christ -centered 
activities such as retreats help to develop well 
rounded Christian men and women. 



Catherine Miller 
Peggy Britt 
Carole Armstrong 
Betty Phillips 
Betty Jean Boyd 
Jack Greene 
Wayne Mooneyhan 
Tommy Herndon 
Dr. Wood 
Dave Jala 
Carlene Nichels 
Carole Clark 
Jane Rowland 



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Christian Fellowship 




The Student Christian Fellowship is an interdenominational organ- 
ization for all students. It offers opportunity for Christian fellow- 
ship, service, and leadership. It seeks to maintain the highest 
Christian ideals and to further religious life among the students . 



Charlie Jaeger 
Lynda Bush 
Chris Miller 
Nancy Clark 
Terry Smith 
Betty Jean Boyd 
Dorsey Stancil 



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Dr. Frederick T. Wessel, 
Director 






The A Cappella Choir 



The Piedmont A. Cappella Choir is a group of musically tal- 
ented students who are selected through individual musical tryouts . 
The main purpose of the choir is to provide for the listener the 
beauty of sacred thoughts through the medium of music at the ves- 
per services on Sunday evenings and at the chapel service on 
Wednesday mornings. 

Traditionally each spring and each Christmas the choir pre - 
sents a concert for the student body. It is often called upon through- 
out the year to perform for a myraid of churches, schools, and 
organizations . 



Linda McDonald 
Tom Richard 
Bobbie Hahn 
Ed Krynicki 
Jean Irvine 
Fred Wilcox 
Cathy Cave 
Lee English 
Esther Wessel 
Chris Miller 
Maureen Godin 
John Preece 
Judy Coco 
Marilyn Prater 



LaRiene Verchot 
Charlie Hahn 
Alice McGhee 
Dorsey Stancil 
Carol Speed 
Ed Pasinski 
Richard Barsh 
Cheryl Briscoe 
Jim Stuart 
Doug Dinkelo 
Kelly Beaver 
Dee Vail 
Jack Greene 



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Sue Curtis 
Linda Allred 
Linda Pharr 
Chris Miller 
Ricie Johnson 
Stacia Roll 
Charlie Jaeger 
Lynda Bush 
Les Cole 
Dana Moore 
Tom Frame 
Linda Fisher 
Brenda McCollum 
Judy Coco 
Candy Eagle 



Henry Gartrell 
Ron Irvine 
Larry Stephenson 
Betty Phillips 
Prachuab Dechawan 
Ed Krynicki 
Jane Rowland 
Wayne Mooneyhan 
Carole Armstrong 
Dan Marconi 
Peggy Britt 
Greg Trought 
Betty Jean Boyd 
Dave Jala 
Jack Greene 



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Up with 
People 



Up With People is a 
world-wide explosion. The 
ideals of Up With People 
are to crusade with their 
stimulating music against 
violence, racial prejudice, 
and man wronging his 
fellow man. 



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The Yonahian Staff 



The Yonahian is the college yearbook 
named for beautiful Mount Yonah in whose 
shadow Piedmont College lies and which 
perpetuates a lovely tradition of the 
Cherokee Indians, who once occupied 
North Georgia. The editor is elected by 
the student body and the staff is composed 
of students who volunteer their time . 



Terry Smith 

Dee Vail 

Charlie Jaeger 

Dorsey Standi, Editor 

Lynda Bush 

Chris Miller, Business manager 

Ricie Johnson 

Bill Burch 

Ed Pasinski 

Woody Partain 

Ron Slagle 

LaReine Verchot 




The Owl Staff 




The Owl, the student newspaper which appears monthly, 
seeks to present a true picture of the students, faculty, 
and alumni . The editor is elected by the student body and 
the staff is composed of students who volunteer their time 
to compile the current news of the clubs and societies, 
the sports, and other interesting activities which occur. 
Special features include Student and Faculty of the Month, 
and The Student Poll . 



Glenn Lerch 

Dave Jala, Business manager 

William Miller 

Wayne Mooneyhan 

Greg Trought 

Steve Parker 

Woody Partain 

Nick Holub 

Diana Williams. Editor 

Marcia Baskin 



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W.R.A. 




Judy Thompson 
Sue Curtis 
Jane Smith 
Linda Fisher 
Betty Phillips 
Peggy Britt 
Judy Coco 
Maureen Godin 
Donna Zimmerman 
Cheryl Briscoe 
Linda Pharr 
Dana Moore 
Carole Armstrong 
Candy Eagle 



The Women's Recreation Association is made up 
of active young women. The group frequently sponsors 
hikes, campouts, and barbecues . 



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S.E.A. 




Ann Wilson 
Jeanette Dixon 
Evelyn Barrett 
Evelyn Short 
Jean Irvin 
Rhonda Garrett, 

President 
Faye Moore 
Jo Ann Crane 
Barbara Bramblett 
Gwinn Hunnicutt 



Dianne Goss 

Jane Smith 

Elizabeth Phillips 

Carol Clark 

Mrs . Gertrude Williams 

Catherine Porter 

Lowell McElroy 

George Payne 

Royce Davis 



The S.E.A. is an organization 
for students who plan to go into 
the field of teaching . 



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The E . Louise Patten Society is composed of student 
library assistants. This club sponsors teas and recep- 
tions as well as The Keyhole, a literary publication 
made up of poems, short stories, and artwork. 



Roger Newton 
Larry Stephenson 
Scott Collins 
Morgan Arp 
Mrs. Smith 
Mr. Pratt 
Mr. Sun 
Frank Haas 




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Linda Pharr 
Jane Smith 
Donna 

Zimmerman 
Alice McGhee 
Cathy King 
Jane Rowland 
Raelene 

Dixon 



Joseph Brune 
Thomas 

Brooks 
Jim Stuart 
Morgan Arp 
Rob Geis 
Cosimo 

Urato 
Chuck Hamel 
Richard 

Barsh 
Jim Jones 



House Councils 




Spanish Honor Society 

Persons who excel in the Spanish language 
are invited to join the Spanish Honor Society. 
This society sponsors dinners and outings 
where Spanish cuisine is served. The club 
helps to broaden the minds of the student 
body by teaching the students the customs of 
our neighbors abroad. 



Larry Tucker 
Irwin Abernathy 
Dave Carswell 
Dave Jala 
Bill Cunningham 
Tim Murphy 
Morgan Arp 
Roger Newton 
Jack Greene 
Betty Jean Boyd 
Lynn Tyson 
Susan Gavin 
Christina Fennell 
Cathy King 
Carole Armstrong 
Jane Rowland 
Brenda Whitmire 
Candy Eagle 
Dr. Lopez 




Piedmont Players 




The Piedmont Players is made up of students who 
are interested in the many facets of drama. Each 
year the group presents several dramatic productions 
of both traditional and contemporary plays . Frequently 
the group gives short but vital performances for the 
chapel service . 



Stacia Roll 
Joe Cavallaro 
Glenn Lerch 
Ron Irvine 
Linda Allred 
Tom Frame 
Paul Armbruster 
Diane Ceechini 
John Preece 
Cathy Cave 
Donna Tallarico 
Ricie Johnson 
Lynda Bush 
Jean Irvine 
Bob Tougas 



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Beta Alpha Sigma 



Jerry Blair 
Richard McCoy 
Warren Glover 
Sonny Burrell 
Norman Owens 
Richard Barsh 
Crandel Bray 
Sam Batson 



Bill Hattendorf, 

President 
Philip Ballard 
Jane Higdon 
Bill Rankin 
Terry Barnhardt 
Mike Riley 
Brady Shirley 
Joe Brown 
Larry Tucker 
Larry Duffy 
Bruce Crosby 
John Clyatt 



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THE INDIVIDUAL 



The 

1969 

Yonahian 




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To one who has given of herself unselfishly to 
students, faculty and staff of Piedmont College; 

To one who has dedicated herself to the task of 
building the kind of young men and women that we are 
proud to call Americans ; 

To one who has enriched the lives of so many of us 
at Piedmont College; 

To Mrs . Towson we dedicate this, our YONAHIAN 
1969, with gratitude . 



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To Dr . and Mrs . James E . Walter who have 
rendered twenty years of dedicated service to 
Piedmont College, we express our gratitude. Dur- 
ing their years at Piedmont, a new gymnasium, 
King Science Hall, Wallace Hall for men, a new 
athletic field, two tennis courts, Getman-Bab- 
cock Hall for women, Daniel Hall Classroom 
building, a new library, a new dormitory for 
men, and eighteen faculty houses were con- 
structed. Thank you, Dr. and Mrs . Walter. 





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THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE 



Our current year at Piedmont College is 
one of the best in the history of the college. 
It has been a season of steadfast loyalty to the 
established principles of Christian higher ed- 
ucation at a time when confusion and violence 
have interrupted and handicapped the serious 
students at colleges and universities through- 
out the land . 

At Piedmont College, we have been 
strengthened with many generous gifts for 
buildings and endowment funds at a time when 
many private colleges have been weakened and 
closed by inflationary costs and reduced con- 
tributions . 

I share the enthusiasm of our faculty in 
noting the overall high caliber and fine char - 
acter of the student body . The industry and 
purposefulness of our young men and women 
has been reflected in various ways, especially 
by the increasing numbers who have taken ad- 
vantage of the college's distinctive offer of un- 
limited tutoring services without extra charge. 
Once again, it was interesting and encourag- 
ing to learn that every student who used these 
tutoring services regularly succeeded in earn- 
ing a passing grade. 

I am understandably proud of our faculty . 
They are well equipped academically and 
thoroughly dedicated to the principles of 
Christian higher education . 



In a year like this when turmoil and trag- 
edy have torn asunder colleges and universi- 
ties across our great land, it was reassuring 
to have our Board of Trustees re -state our 
convictions on Individual Freedom and Res- 
ponsibility. 

"Piedmont College proudly affirms its be- 
lief in and support of the philosophy of Indivi- 
dual Freedom and Responsibility. Academic 
freedom is not academic license, and the 
right to criticize and protest is not the right 
to disrupt or to interfere with the freedom of 
others ." 

"Piedmont College is committed to a gov- 
ernment of laws and not of men . It is the 
right of any citizen to criticize, to protest 
and to attempt to change the law in accord 
with constitutional procedures . It is not his 
right, however, to disregard or disobey the 
law even under the excuse of his own con- 
science." 

The prospect for the future look bright . I 
prophesy that our college in the foothills of the 
Appalachians will continue "to grow in wisdom 
and stature, and in favor with God and man." 



James E . Walter 
President 
A.B., B.S.T., D.D. 



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Board of Trustees 




104 



Dr. Harry B. Forester, Tallapoosa, Ga. 
Mrs. Mary James, West Hartford, Conn. 
Dr. I. Sumner Gerald, Birmingham, Ala. 
Dr. Amey Chappell, Atlanta, Ga. 
Mr. Ben Singleton, Greenville, S.C. 
Mr. Robert B. Black, Mansfield, Ohio 
Dr. W. J. Andrews, Toccoa, Ga. 
Dr. Jesse P. Peirce, Lansing, Mich. 
Dr. Claude L. Purcell, Cornelia, Ga. 
Mr. H. M. Stewart, Cornelia, Ga. 
President James E. Walter, Demorest, Ga. 
Col. C. M. McClure, Toccoa, Ga. 
Mr. Ralph Strucher, Maitland, Fla. 
Dr. PaulW. McFadden, Stamford, Conn. 
Mrs. Ester L. Byerly, President's Secretary 
Dr. Wayne Harris, Royston, Ga. 
Mr. Paul J. Reeves, Cornelia, Ga. 



ABSENT BOARD MEMBERS: 

Dr. Robert J. King, New Canaan, Conn. 
Dr. David F. Austin, Charlottesville, Va. 
Mrs. Walter D. Dunham, Pasadena, Calif. 
Mr. William A. McEllhiney, Brookfield, 111 
Dr. Frederick M. Meek, Boston, Mass. 
Dr. Fred A. Hoerner, Jackson, Miss. 
Mr. Richard A. Sanders, Atlanta, Ga. 
Mr . Ernest Wright 



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Trustee Luncheon 




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Ronald E. Weitman 
Academic Dean 
B.S., Georgia Southern College 
M.Ed., University of Georgia 
Ed.D., University of Georgia 







John B. Ayers 

Registrar 

B.S., Georgia Teachers College 

M.S., George Peabody College 

Additional work at Emory University 



Mrs. Linda L. Roach 
Assistant to Registrar 



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Elton W. Beck 

Director of Student Financial Aid 

A.B., Coe College 

M.A., Ph.D., State University of Iowa 



Mrs. Flois M. Duckett 

Treasurer 

A.B., Piedmont College 



Max Strang 

Assistant to the President 
A.B., Ruskin Cave College 
D.D., Trinity University 



Wilton Duckett 

Superintendent of Building and Maintenance 

A.B., Piedmont College 

D.D., Piedmont College 









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Hubert M. Tarpley 
Director of Alumni Affairs 
B.S., Piedmont College 





Lillian McKee 

Director of Food Services 

A.B., Piedmont College 



H. R. Page 

Assistant to Treasurer 

Bookkeeper 





David S. Pratt 

Librarian 

B.A., M.A., Long Beach State College 

M.A.L.S., University of Michigan 



Chia-Yuan Sun 

B.A., National Taiwan University 

M.L.S., Atlanta University 




Mrs. Alma M. Smith 

B.S., Atlantic Christian College 

Graduate Work Appalachian State University 



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D. Herbert Long 

Chaplain 

B.S., Piedmont College 

B.D., Bangor Theological Seminary 



Elizabeth P. Walter 

A.B., Mt. Holyoke College 

B.N., Yale University School of Nursing 

R.N. , State of Georgia 






Mrs. Milda Kranats 
Assistant Nurse 




Eula C. Batson 
Associate Professor 
of Business Admin- 
istration 
A.B., Piedmont 
College; M.A., Pea- 
body College; 
Graduate Work 
University of 
Georgia. 




Thomas Frasier 
Instructor of Art 
B.S., M.A., Univer- 
sity of Michigan. 




Francis Merchant 
B.S., Brooklyn Col- 
lege; M.S., College 
of the City of New 
York; Ph.D., New 
York University. 




Mrs. Esther Byerly 
Secretary to Presi- 
dent 




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Mary Griggs 
Professor of Mathe- 
matics 

A.B., Piedmont 
College; M.A., 
University of 
Georgia; Ed.S., 
Certificate in 
Mathematics Uni- 
versity of Georgia. 




Gloria B. Merchant 
B.S., Chicago Mu- 
sical College; M.M. 
Chicago Musical 
College; M.A., 
New Mexico High- 
lands University; 
Ph.D., University 
of Iowa. 



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Lor en Burch 
Instructor of Lan- 
guage and Sociol- 
ogy 

A.B., Kalamazoo 
College; B.D., 
Colgate -Rochester 
Divinity School; 
M.A., Cornell Uni- 
versity. 




Edna Holcomb 
Instructor of English 
A.B., Piedmont 
College; M.Ed., 
University of 
Georgia. 




Earl R. Payne 
A.B., M.A., Univer- 
sity of Kentucky; 
Ed.S., George Pea- 
body College; 
Doctoral Study, 
Auburn University. 







O'Neal Cave 




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Dean of Men 




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Professor of Physi- 




cal Education 




B.S., Georgia 






Southern College; 






M.A., Georgia Pea 


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Yat Lam Hong 
Instructor of Music 
B.S., M.M., Indiana 
University. 




Donald G. Ryder 
Assistant Professor 
of Mathematics 
A.B., Piedmont Col- 
lege; M.Ed., Uni- 
versity of Georgia; 
Ed.S., University 
of Georgia. 




Charles Croneberger 
Instructor in Biology 
B.S., Millersville 
State College; 
M.A.T., University 
of the South. 




Caridad Lopez 
Assistant Professor 
of Foreign Lan- 
guage 

B.S., Holquin Col- 
lege (Cuba); Bach- 
elor of Letters, Hol- 
quin College; Ph.D., 
University of 
Havana. 




George Rountree 
Professor of Educa- 
tion 

A.B., University 
of Pacific; M.P.H., 
University of North 
Carolina; M.A., 
East Carolina Col- 
lege; Ed.D., Uni- 
versity of Georgia. 






Rodney Fitzgerald 
Instructor of History 
B.S.Ed., M.Ed., 
University of 
Georgia. 




Ruperto J. Lopez 
Professor of Biology 
B.S., Matanzas Col- 
lege (Cuba); Bach- 
elor of Letters, 
Matanzas College; 
Ph.D., University 
of Havana. 




William O. Rustin 
B.S.Ed., University 
of Georgia; M.Ed., 
University of 
Georgia. 









Arthur O. Rinden 
A.B., William Pen College; B.D. 
Yale Divinity School; Ph.D., 
Yale Graduate School. 



Frances H. Towson 

Assistant Professor of English and 

French 

A.B., Wesleyan College; M.A., 

University of Georgia. 




William P. Wetter 
Assistant Professor of Chemistry 
B.S., University of Delaware; 
Doctoral Work, Case Western 
Reserve University. 



Gertrude W. Williams 
Assistant Professor of Education 
A.B., Piedmont College; M.A., 
University of Georgia. 



Jack Willoughby 

Instructor of Speech and Drama 

A.B. , University of Georgia. 



O. B. Wood 

A.B., Mercer University; B.D., 
Southern Baptist Theological 
Seminary; Th.D., Southern 
Baptist Theological Seminary. 



Frederick T. Wessel 
Professor of Music 
B.S., Depauw University; M.M. 
Depauw University; Ph.D., 
Indiana University; S.M., Mo- 
zarteum, Salzburg, Austria; 
Fulbright Scholar. 



Mrs. Geneva Adams 
Housemother 
Wallace Hall 

Mrs. Christine Evans 
Secretary to Librarian 

Mrs. Alice Fitzgerald 
B.S.Ed., M.Ed., University of 
Georgia. 

Martha Ann Holcomb 
Assistant Professor of Business 
Adm inistration 

B.S., Piedmont College; M.S., 
University of Illinois. 

Jack L. Jones 

B.S., University of Buffalo; 

M.S., Florida State University. 

W. Eugene Keeland 
B.S., Ouachita Baptist Univer- 
sity; Ph.D., University of 
Montana. 

Mr. Nelson Tyler 
Custodian 

Mrs. Ronald E. Weitman 
Secretary to Dean 




J. L. Henry 

Coach 

Head Resident of New Dorm 

B.S., Piedmont College. 



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Seniors 






Bill Harris, President 





Michael Abies 



Roger Alexander 






Nancye Alley 




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Philip Ballard 







Sumner Barr 







Richard Barsh 



Ronald Barton 



Sam Batson 



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Jerry Blair 



Julian Bowen 




Michael Cannon 






Nancy Clark 



Dianne Cody 











Pat Bryan 



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Schley Burrell 





Zelda Cantrell 
Bill Cunningham 



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John Al Chambers 



Vacine Chandler 





Royce Davis 



Larry Derrick 






Franny Dodd 



Sheila Dodd 



Robert Duckworth 



Herman Elder 



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Janice Etheridge 




Warren Glover 




Gwin Hunnicutt 









Tony Evans 



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John C. Foster 



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Charlie Hahn 




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Malcom Hunnicutt 



David Irvin 





Rob Geis 




Tyler Hancock 








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Jean Irvin 





Bill Hattendorf 







Ronald Irvine 




Alice McGhee 



Bill Mathews 



Sonja Moore 



Norman Owens 



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Ronnie Parrish 




Ronald Hayden 




Rosemary Johnston 







Tom Herndon 



Dwayne Hicks 





Sylvia King 



Cheryl Lewallen 




Dennis Payne 



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L. G. Petitt 





Billy Hill 




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Nick Holub 
Vice President 




Johnnie McCollum 




Elizabeth Phillips 



Pat Poole 
Class Secretary 



Marilyn Prater 



Seniors 




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Jane Rowland 







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Judy Slaton 





Donald Smith 



Terry Smith 



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Jim Stuart 



Joel Tench 



Bob Tomlin 



Bill Tuten 



Bill Wallace 



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Leon Reid 



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Dorsey Stancil 



Gary Stephenson 



Dorothy Street 



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Esther Wessel 



Frankie Whitworth 



Ann Wilson 



Donna Zimmerman 



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Pearce Adams 




Linda Allred 



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Charles Carver 



June Collins 



Joseph Cavallaro Craig Chatfield 



Carol Clark 



Terry Wayne 
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Larry Clark 



Juniors 




Ron Niebaum, 
President 



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Betty Jean Boyd 



Crandal Bray 



Cheryl Briscoe 



Lonnie Burns 








Evie Crandall 



Barry Cummings Prachuab Dechawan 



Doug Dinkelo 







Lee English 






Ruth Garner 



Rhonda Garrett 




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James Giblin 








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Dianne Goss 



Doug Goss 



Mike Grant 






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Lynda Bush 



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Mike Dituro 




Kent Garrison 




Jack Greene 




Bobbie Hahn 



Jack Hall 



Chuck Hamel 



Joseph Hawkins 



Jerry Hedden 



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Jane Higdon Nathaniel Holleman 



Juniors 




Tommy Holloway 





Charlie Jaeger 



Dave Jala 




Joe McGahee 



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Chris Miller 





William Huff 




Elizabeth Johnson 




Paul Miller 



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Anthony Iorio 




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Kathy King 



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Faye Moore 





Glenn Lerch 




Phil Murray 



Andy Murray 



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Dale Lieber 



Richard McCoy Linda McDonald Lowell McElroy 










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Ed Pasinski 



David Payne 



Steve Pearce 



James Pendergrass Dorothy Pennington 



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Linda Pharr 



Roy Pilgrim 



David Power 



Tom Richard William Richwine Mike Riley 







Stacia Roll 



Lamar Shedd 



Brady Shirley 



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Mark Shohat 





Revena Shuler Charles Simpson 



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Gayle Smith 



Bob Tougas 




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Terry Tench 



Sandra Smith 



Brian Sullivan 



William Swain Donna Tallarico 



Jimmy Tallent 









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Tom Todd 
Vice President 



Larry Tucker Gerald Vaillancourt Dennis Wagner 



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Bill Whitmire 



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Fred Wilcox 



Donna York 



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Ed Burke 







Carleton Byers 




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Cathy Cave 




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/ice President 



Les Cole 



Jo Ann Crane 




Bill Burke 




Dave Carswell 




Diane Ceechini 






Susan Curtis 



Lawrence Duffy Candy Eagle 





Linda Fisher Kurt Forstrom 

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Sophomores 





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Robert Frady 



Tom Frame 



Susan Gavin 



Larry Gillespie 



Mike Gordon 



Aaron Grant 







Mike Herskovitz 








Emory Hulsey 



Vernon Irvester Lawrice Johnson 



Steve Kasper 



Garvis Kinsey 



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Danny Leverett 




Keith McCall 




Susan McCoy 
Class Secretary 




David McDaniel 




William McGee 




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Thomas Martin 



Dana Moore 



Carlene Nichols 



Lamar Oglesby 






Tom Orcutt 



John Preece 



Bill Rankin 



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Danny Rogers Mike Scott Al Shavel Richard Sherwood Nelson Shirley Beth Shore 



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Dianne Whittington Diana Williams 






Jane Smith Mike Smith Tommy Smith Leon Soloman 




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Lamar Allen 



Mark Alley 




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Delores Anderson Ronald Angotta 





James Arial 




Thomas Boyd 



Bruce Braithwaite 



Mark Brown 



Ellen Callahan Nancy Callahan 



Carole Cash 






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Samantha Finch Henry Gartrell Janice Gentry Annette Gilpatrick Maureen Godin Frank Golinelli 






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Jeff Russell, 
Class President 



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Bryan Ballard 



Sheryl Bell 



Jimmy Benson 




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Roger Collins 




Scott Collins 
Vice President 






Robert Graves 



Larry Hall 



Henry Haverkoch Larry Jaworski 



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Clare Kelsey 



Ray Kinlock 







Jeff Booth 



John Bouwsma 





Scott Douglas 



Joe Eagan 





William Kam 



James Keith 



Ken Kleven 



Sherman Koch 



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David Lechner 



Karen Lee 



Linda McCall 



Carl Maak 



Dean Mamet 



Frank Marino 
Class Treasun 








Linnie Matheney James May Catherine Miller Don Miller William Miller Chris Millman 



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Jimmy Mullinax 




Ray Parson 




Gary Murray 




Leslie Murray 







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Robert Pickens 






Henry Pollitz 






Tom O'Brien 



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Mike Queen 




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Janice Palmer 




David Rankin 




imma Martin 



Mery Reilley 



Ken Robb 



Christi Rowland 



Jane Rustin 



Jack Shirley 





Jancy Moore 





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Dock Sisk 



Jeff SI one 



Carol Speed 






Lawrence Tramaglini 



Dee Vail 



LaReine Verchot 
Class Secretary 




Walter Thorner 




Patsy Wood 




Robert Towles 




Burma Youngblood 



Irvin Abernathy 
P.O. Box 184 
Cleveland, Georgia 
Michael Edward Abies 
Long Creek, S.C. 
Annette Adair 
P.O. Box 166 
Clarkesville, Georgia 
Pearce Adams 
597 Robin Hood Trail 
Gainesville, Georgia 
Glenn Adkins 
Riverbend Circle 
Gainesville, Georgia 
John Adriany 

106 West Lincoln Avenue 
Mt. Vernon, New York 
Roger Alexander 

Route 3 Box 263 
Toccoa, Georgia 
Lamar Allen 
403 East Main Street 
Pendleton, S.C. 
Mark H. Alley 
Route 3 

Clarkesville, Georgia 
Nancy Alley 
P.O. Box 111 
Clarkesville, Georgia 
Linda Allred 
3199 N.W. 135th Street 
Opa-Locka, Florida 
Delores Anderson 
P.O. Box 159 
Demorest, Georgia 
Ronald Angotta 

107 Oliver Road 
Manchester, Connecticut 
James Ariail 

201 Avon Street 

Toccoa, Georgia 

Paul Armbruster 

5524 Sherrell Drive, NE 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Carole Armstrong 

29 Florian Street 

Roslindale, Massachusetts 

Morgan Arp 

Route 1, Box 184 

Culberson, N.C. 

John Arrendale 

Clarkesville, Georgia 

Bryan Ballard 

51 Foster Street 

Cornelia, Georgia 

Philip Ballard 

51 Foster Street 

Cornelia, Georgia 

Terry Wayne Barnhardt 

1454 En ota 

Gainesville, Georgia 

Sumner Barr 

70 Vermont Street 

Springfield, Massachusetts 

Frances Barrett 

Route 4 

Cleveland, Georgia 

Anne Barron 

P.O. Box 315 

Clarkesville, Georgia 

Richard Barsh 

207 Strawberry Lane 

Clemson, S.C. 

Ronald Barton 

Route 1 

Murrayville, Georgia 

Marcia Baskin 

91 Lotus Oval North 

Valley Stream, New York 



Sam J. Batson 

Route 5 

Seneca, S.C. 

Kelly Beaver 

Route 1 

Snellville, Georgia 

Sheryl Bell 

619 North 5th Avenue 

Winder, Georgia 

James Benson 

Burnt Hickory Road 

Marietta, Georgia 

Kenneth Biegel 

27 Moonachie Road 

Moonachie, New Jersey 

Allan Black 

Route 1 

Sautee, Georgia 

Gary Black 

Route 1 

Sautee, Georgia 

Brenda Blackburn 

Route 2 

Alto, Georgia 

Terry Blackburn 

Route 2 

Alto, Georgia 

Jerry Blair 

Route 1 

Tiger, Georgia 

Jeff Booth 

26 Pine Close 

North Tarrytown, 

New York 
John Bouwsma 
P.O. Box 276 
Demorest, Georgia 
Julian Bowen 
139 Hillcrest Drive 
Toccoa, Georgia 
Betty Jean Boyd 
374 Hunting Lodge 
Miami Springs, Florida 
Thomas Boyd 
16 Newton Avenue 
Tewksbury, Massachusetts 
Bruce Braithwaite 
631 Cambridge Ct. 
Augusta, Georgia 
Barbara Bramlett 
P.O. Box 274 
Cornelia, Georgia 
Crandal Bray 
Route 2 

Martin, Georgia 
Cheryl Briscoe 
182 Cambo Street 
Brockton, Massachusetts 
Peggy Britt 
Dacula, Georgia 
Thomas Brooks 
Main Street, Box 546 
Andrews, N.C. 
John Paul Broskie 
66 Fenner Avenue 
Newport, Rhode Island 
Joe C. Brown 
P.O. Box 48 
Clayton, Georgia 
Mark T. Brown 
Walnut Street 
Cornelia, Georgia 
Joseph Bruno 
383 Sackett Street 
Brooklyn, New York 
Patricia Bryan 
Route 1 

Westminster, S.C. 
Loren W. Burch 



HABERSHAM MILLS 



Habersham, Georgia 



Compliments of 

SCOVILL 
MANUFACTURING CO. 

Clarkesville, Georgia 



THE 
FIRST NATIONAL BANK 

Cornelia, Georgia 

A Bank Interested 

in the 

Growth and Development 

of 

Piedmont College 



Compliments of 



GAINESVILLE 

IRON WORKS, 

INC. 



Gainesville, Georgia 



CORNELIA BANK 



Cornelia, Georgia 



W. H. GAILEY PONTIAC 

South Main Street 
Cornelia, Georgia 




Industrial Boulevard 
Gainesville, Georgia 

Telephone 536-3436 



WOODS FURNITURE STORES 

"Where Quality Always 
Exceeds the Price." 

Clarksville, Georgia 






BELK-GALLANT COMPANY 



Clarksville, Georgia 



P.O. Box 416 

Demorest, Georgia 

Edward J. Burke 

24-31 202nd Street 

Bayside, New York 

William Burke 

24-31 202nd Street 

Bayside, New York 

Lonnie Burns 

Route 1 

Bowersville, Georgia 

Schley Burrell 

P.O. Box 83 

Clayton, Georgia 

Lynda Bush 

14 Keyes Street 

Florham Park, N.J. 

Carlton Byers 

Route 3 

Blairsville, Georgia 

Steven Caldwell 

85 Tamarack Road 

Port Chester, N.Y. 

Ellen Callahan 

85 Montgomery Street 

Warwick, Rhode Island 

Nancy Callahan 

6078 Southampton Drive 

Centerville, Ohio 

Michael Cannon 

P.O. Box 297 

Clayton, Georgia 

Zelda Cantrell 

Route 1 

Cornelia, Georgia 

David Carswell 

Route 3, Box 154 

Toccoa, Georgia 

Charles Carver 

Route 3 

Westminster, S.C. 

Carole Cash 

101 Parkway Drive 

Toccoa, Georgia 

Joseph Cavallaro 

239 Washington Avenue 

West Haven, Connecticut 

Kathy Cave 

P.O. Box 266 

Demorest, Georgia 

Diane Cecchini 

325 Passaic Avenue 

Hasbrouch Heights, N.J. 

John Al Chambers 

P.O. Box 707 

Clarkesville, Georgia 

Beverly Chambers 

118 Chenocetah Drive 

Cornelia, Georgia 

Vancine Chandler 

Route 2 

Alto, Georgia 

Craig Chatfield 

55 Gurley Road 

Stamford, Connecticut 

Thomas Christian 

205 College Avenue 

Dahlonega, Georgia 

John Christie 

39 South Emerson Avenue 

Amityville, New York 

Carol Clark 

450 Montevallo Drive 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Larry Clark 

P.O. Box 146 

Glenwood, Georgia 

Nancy Clark 

514 East Tugalo Street 



Toccoa, Georgia 

John Clyatt 

3009 Nassau Drive 

Vero Beach, Florida 

Judy Coco 

Route 3 

Stroudsburg, Penn. 

Dianne Cody 

22 Grand Avenue 

Cornelia, Georgia 

Marvin Coffee 

Demorest, Georgia 

Leslie Cole 

275 Grandview Terrace 

Hartford, Connecticut 

June Collins 

Route 2 

Cleveland, Georgia 

Roger Collins 

639 Pike Street 

Ironton, Ohio 

Scottie Collins 

Route 1 

Sneedville, Tennessee 

Ralph Comer 

Route 1 

Otway, Ohio 

Evelyn Crandall 

1201 Collingwood Road 

Alexandria, Virginia 

Jo Ann Crane 

Route 1 

Alto, Georgia 

Joseph Crane 

Cleveland, Georgia 

Bruce Crosby 

144 Harper Terrace 

Cedar Grove, N.J. 

Barry Cummings 

26 Broadway 

Bayonne, New Jersey 

Joseph Cummins 

4 Highland Avenue 

East Haven, Connecticut 

William Cunningham 

61 Condict Street 

Jersey City, New Jersey 

Susan Curtis 

218 Mountain Avenue 

N. Plainfield, N.J. 

Royce Davis 

Route 1 

Toccoa, Georgia 

Prachuab Dechawan 

71 Bethlehem Village 

Chiengmai, Thailand 

Larry Derrick 

Star Route 

Westminster, S.C. 

Raelene Dickson 

2405 Paloma Street 

Pasadena, California 

Perry Dillard 

Route 1 

Bethlehem, Georgia 

Paul Dimick 

12 Sunset Drive 

Shelton, Connecticut 

Stuart Douglas Dinkelo 

426 Prospect Avenue 

Dunellen, New Jersey 

Michael Dituro 

24 Hernan Avenue 

Locust Valley, New York 

Jeanette Dixon 

Route 4 

Cleveland, Georgia 

Franny Dodd 

118 Wayside Street 



Cornelia, Georgia 
Shelia Dodd 
Route 1 
Alto, Georgia 
Jerry Dale Dorsey 
Route 2 

Cleveland, Georgia 
Scott Douglass 
5301 West Doherty 
Orchard Lake, Michigan 
Doug Duckett 
P.O. Box 224 
Demorest, Georgia 
Spencer Duckett 
Demorest, Georgia 
Robert Duckworth 
61 Lawton Avenue 
N. Kingstown, 

Rhode Island 
Lawrence Duff 
4231 Byron Avenue 
Bronx, New York 
David Dyer 
P.O. Box 104 
Cleveland, Georgia 
Joe Eagan 

194 Oakgrove Drive 
Williamsville, New York 
Candy Eagle 
5451 S.W. 78th Street 
S. Miami, Florida 
Herman Elder 
Cornelia, Georgia 
Sarah Eller 
Route 2, Box 245 
Clarkesville, Georgia 
William Ellis 
P.O. Box 136 
McDermott, Ohio 
Lee English 
1278 Chenango Street 
Binghamton, New York 
John Ennis 
158 Orchid Road 
Levittown, New York 
Janice Etheridge 
Route 1, Box 376 
Demorest, Georgia 
Anthony Evans 
Route 1 

Cornelia, Georgia 
Thomas Fedorowich 
4 17 -40th Street 
Brooklyn, New York 
Cristina Fennell 
P.O. Box 265 
Demorest, Georgia 
Robert Figueroa 
1704 East 172nd Street 
Bronx, New York 
Samantha Finch 
110 North Ross more 
Los Angeles, California 
Linda Fisher 
Route 3 

Clarkesville, Georgia 
Kurt Forstrom 
671 East 235th Street 
Bronx, New York 
John C. Foster 
P.O. Box 100 
Cornelia, Georgia 
Robert Frady 
Route 3 

Toccoa, Georgia 
Thomas Frame 
6480 West 8th Ct. 
Hialeah, Florida 
James Hall Francis 



P.O. Box 8 

Lexington, Georgia 

Ruth Garner 

P.O. Box 502 

Clarkesville, Georgia 

Rhonda Garrett 

Route 3 

Toccoa, Georgia 

Kent Garrison 

602 South Main Street 

Cornelia, Georgia 

Henry Gartrell 

Route 1, Box 342 

Tignall, Georgia 

Susan Gavin 

31 Keats Avenue 

Hartsdale, New York 

Robert Geis 

1787 Wellborn Road 

Lithonia, Georgia 

Janice Gentry 

5451 West 10th Court 

Hialeah, Florida 

James Giblin 

393 Maple Street 

Warwick, Rhode Island 

Larry Gillespie 

Route 1 

Demorest, Georgia 

Annette Gilpatrick 

1343 Kathwood Drive 

Columbia, South Carolina 

Warren Glover 

Route 3 

Cleveland, Georgia 

Maureen Godin 

82 Fairmount Street 

Huntington, New York 

Frank Golinelli 

Av. Bermudez 

130 Maracay 
Aragua, Venezuela 
Mike Gordon 
Route 1 

Commerce, Georgia 
Glenn Gosa 
P.O. Box 392 
Clarkesville, Georgia 
Dianne Goss 
Route 1 

Clarkesville, Georgia 
Douglas Goss 
Route 1 

Clarkesville, Georgia 
Michael Grant 
Route 2 

Clarkesville, Georgia 
Aaron Grant 
108 Oakway Road 
Westminster, S.C. 
Robert Graves 
3521 Hillside Drive 
Royal Oak, Michigan 
Albert Buff Green 
P.O. Box 686 
Clayton, Georgia 
John Greene 
1014 Drake Avenue 
Roselle, New Jersey 
Frank Haas 
Route 2 

Martin, Georgia 
Bobbie Hahn 
200 B Elberta Street 
Cornelia, Georgia 
Charles Hahn 
200 B Elberta Street 
Cornelia, Georgia 
Jack Hall 



JACKSON'S PHARMACY 



Clarkesville, Georgia 



PANORMA RESTAURANT 



Cornelia, Georgia 



DEVORE AND JOHNSON, INC. 

Wholesale Suppliers Plumbing, Heating, & Industrial 

546--Chase at Nantahala 
Box 511 —Athens, Georgia 30601 



Compliments of 

CARWOOD MANUFACTURING 
COMPANY 



Compliments of 



THE PROTROPIAN SOCIETY 



Compliments of 



PHOENIX OIL COMPANY 



REEVES FURNITURE 
AND HARDWARE 


Compliments of 
CORNELIA FABRIC SHOP 




Cornelia, Georgia 




and 


Clarkesville, Georgia 


ODELL'S DRESS SHOP 
Clarkesville, Georgia 


Photography and Framing 


TURPEN DRUG COMPANY 


by 


Prescription Specialists 


LEROY MOULDER STUDIO 


Clarkesville, Georgia 


Clarkesville, Georgia 


Telephone 754-4122 


WILLIAMS DRESS SHOP 


JACKSON'S JEWELRY 
STORE 


Cornelia, Georgia 


Cornelia, Georgia 


Hardware and Building Materials 


HABERSHAM HARDWARE CO. 


Telephone 778-2224 


Cornelia, G 


eorgia 30531 



Bergen Hill Road 

Rockaway, New Jersey 

Larry D. Hall 

Route 1 

Ironton, Ohio 

Charles Hamel 

408 Franklin Street 

Waverly, Ohio 

Tyler Hancock 

290 Skyline Drive 

Toccoa, Georgia 

Jerri Hannah 

Route 1 

Mt. Airy, Georgia 

Tommy Hardy 

25 Sunrise Street 

Cornelia, Georgia 

Bill Harris 

703 West Market Street 

Anderson, South Carolina 

Bobbie Harrison 

Route 1, Box 223 

Cornelia, Georgia 

Craig Hashagen 

181 Wood-Ridge Avenue 

Wood-Ridge, New Jersey 

Bill Hattendorf 

Sunset Drive 

Canton, Georgia 

Henry Haverkoch 

44 Tyler Drive 

Willingboro, New Jersey 

Joseph Hawkins 

Route 2 

Lula, Georgia 

Ronald Hayden 

89 King Street 

Reading, Massachusetts 

Jerry Deuane Hedden 

120 Forest Avenue 

Franklin, North Carolina 

Jeannie Helton 

Route 1 

Cleveland, Georgia 

Few Hembree 

2471 Kingsland Drive 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Tom Herndon 

9716 North Mc Arthur Ct. 

Jacksonville, Florida 

Michael Herskovitz 

1 Tinkers Place 

Hicksville, New York 

Dwayne Hicks 

Demorest, Georgia 

Jane Higdon 

P.O. Box 68 

Henderson, N.C. 

Sims William Hill 

Smith Street 

Hartwell, Georgia 

Mildred Hill 

P.O. Box 194 

Clarkesville, Georgia 

Ronnie Hill 

Hoschton, Georgia 

Kenneth Hise 

P.O. Box 1005 

Jacksonville Beach, Fla. 

Phillips Hodge 

Route 4 

Cleveland, Georgia 

Nathaniel Holleman 

120 Park Avenue 

Statesboro, Georgia 

Tommy Holloway 

221 Rountree Road 

Toccoa, Georgia 

Nicholas Holub 



25 Martha Avenue 
E. Paterson, N.J. 
Paul Steve Hudson 
P.O. Box 401 
Loyall, Kentucky 
Camille Huff 
P.O. Box 158 
William L. Huff 
207 Highland Avenue 
Madison, Georgia 
Emory Hulsey 
West Currahee Street 
Toccoa, Georgia 
Gwinn Hunnicutt 
P.O. Box 231 
Demorest, Georgia 
Malcolm Hunnicutt 
P.O. Box 231 
Demorest, Georgia 
Anthony Iorio 
136 Adair Avenue 
Atlanta, Georgia 
David Irvin 
24 Etta Street 
Cornelia, Georgia 
Jean Irvin 
Route 4 

Cleveland, Georgia 
Wilma Jean Irvin 
24 Etta Street 
Cornelia, Georgia 
Ronald Irvine 
270 West Point Terrace 
West Hartford, 

Connecticut 
Vernon Ivester 
Route 1, Box 106 
Eastanollee, Georgia 
Charles Jaeger 
39 East 45th Street 
Bayonne, New Jersey 
David Jala 
97 Myrtle Avenue 
N. Plainfield, N.J. 
Casilda James 
Demorest, Georgia 
Larry Jaworski 
Buckley Road 
Liverpool, New York 
Elizabeth Johnson 
Route 1, Box 187 
Sneedville, Tennessee 
Karen Johnson 
Route 3, Box 120 
Toccoa, Georgia 
Lawrice Johnson 
20 Gaywood Circle 
Birmingham, Alabama 
Rosemary Johnston 
1524 Riverside Drive 
Gainesville, Georgia 
James Jones 
1402 17th Street 
Portsmouth, Ohio 
Doyle Lee Jordan 
405 North Oak 
Mounds, Illinois 
William Kwai-Ling 
175 Sai Yee Street 
Ground Floor 
Hong Kong 
Stephen Kasper 
1253 Burlington Avenue 
Bristol, Connecticut 
James H. Keith 
Route 1 

Clermont, Georgia 
Edward A. Kelly 
P.O. Box 86 



Sheffield, Massachusetts 
Clare Kelsey 
Route 2, Box 154 
Holmdel, New Jersey 
Bobby King 
Route 1 

Demorest, Georgia 
Kathryn King 
1964 Villarita Drive 
Campbell, California 
Sylvia King 
Route 1, Box 307 
Cornelia, Georgia 
Raymond Kinlock 
28 Rome Street 
Norwalk, Connecticut 
Garvis Kinsey 
Route 4 

Cleveland, Georgia 
Donald Kirby 
380 Yonah Street 
Cornelia, Georgia 
Kenneth Kleven 
119-31 27th Avenue 
College Point, New York 
Robert Knox 
2 Westvale Drive 
West Concord, Mass. 
Richard Koch 
1770 Eggert Road 
Buffalo, New York 
Sherman Koch 
P.O. Box 67 
McDermott, Ohio 
Edward Krynicki 
743 Harrison Avenue 
Roselle, New Jersey 
Gary Kuchinski 
123 Hayes Avenue 
Endicott, New York 
Christopher Lamer 
279 Atwood Drive 
Marietta, Georgia 
James Larry Lance 
Blue Ridge, Georgia 
Robert Leard 
Route 3 
Westminster, 

South Carolina 

David Lechner 

721 Gallopping Hill Road 

Union, New Jersey 

Ronnie Ledford 

Route 2 

Franklin, North Carolina 

Karen Anita Lee 

P.O. Box 348 

Clayton, Georgia 

Glenn Lerch 

9955 Verree Road 

Philadelphia, Penna. 

Richard Lester 

3514 Northampton 
Street, NW 

Washington, D.C. 

Danny Leverett 

104 Poplar Street 

Toccoa, Georgia 

Cheryl Lewallen 

724 Hoyt Street 

Cornelia, Georgia 

James Lewis 

3641 Pineland Trail 

Macon, Georgia 

Dale Lieber 

200 East 27th Street 

New York, New York 

Fay Loggins 

P.O. Box 274 



Helen, Georgia 
Keith McCall 
Route 2 

Canon, Georgia 
Linda Gail McAll 
Route 5, Box 216 
Franklin, N.C. 
Brenda McCollum 
9 Barron Drive 
Clarkesville, Georgia 
Johnnie McCollum 
9 Barron Drive 
Clarkesville, Georgia 
Richard McCoy 
Route 1 

Mt. Airy, Georgia 
Susan McCoy 
Route 1 

Mt. Airy, Georgia 
David McDaniel 
101 Gravel Street 
Hendersonville, N.C 
Linda McDonald 
Route 2, Box 219 
Clarkesville, Georgia 
Alice McGhee 
Route 1 

Cleveland, Georgia 
Lowell McElroy 
P.O. Box 36 
Lakemont, Georgia 
Joseph McGahee 
230 Banks Street 
Cornelia, Georgia 
William McGee 
156 Spencer Place 
Ridgewood, New Jersey 
Keith McHenry 
35 Hillside Place 
Fair Haven, New Jersey 
Carl R. Maak 
114 Washington Avenue 
Rutherford, New Jersey 
Dean S. Mamet 
2234 Ocean Avenue 
Brooklyn, New York 
Daniel Marconi 
9 Winding Way 
Morris Plains, N.J. 
Frank Marino 
747 Highland Avenue 
Paramus, New Jersey 
Donald Martin 
P.O. Box 134 
Demorest, Georgia 
Emma Martin 
Route 4, Box 339 
Toccoa, Georgia 
Thomas Martin 
Route 4, Box 339 
Toccoa, Georgia 
Linnie Matheney 
Route 1, Box 95 
Blackville, S.C. 
William Matthews 
110 Nacoochee Street 
Cornelia, Georgia 
James May 
427 Baldwin Avenue 
Haworth, New Jersey 
David John Megill 
1306 1/2 4th Avenue 
Asbury Park, New Jersey 
Catherine Miller 
402 Sperryville Pike 
Culpepper, Virginia 
Christopher Miller 
1621 Farifax Road 
West Islip, New York 



Don Miller 
Route 2, Box 66 A 
Lucasville, Ohio 
Paul Miller 
Route 2, Box 66 A 
Lucasville, Ohio 
William Miller 
85-15 115th Street 
Richmond Hill, N.Y. 
Christopher Millman 
345 Claremont Avenue 
Montclair, New Jersey 
Wayne Mooneyhan 
1821 Silver Street 
Jacksonville, Florida 
Dana Moore 
Turnerville, Georgia 
Dennis H. Moore 
Ila, Georgia 
Faye Moore 
753 Falls Road 
Toccoa, Georgia 
Nancy Moore 
Box 101 

Morganton, Georgia 
Sonja Moore 
325 Wyly Street 
Cornelia, Georgia 
Jimmie Mullinax 
Route 2, Box 64 
Clarkesville, Georgia 
Edward Murphy 
5 Seaview Court 
Bayonne, New Jersey 
Gary Murray 
127 Locust Street 
Toccoa, Georgia 
Leslie Murray 
Seagrave Road 
Coventry, Connecticut 
Philip Murray 
158 Chatham Road 
Syracuse, New York 
Andy Murray 
Lakemont, Georgia 
Lenson Neal 
22 10 Montclair Street 
Augusta, Georgia 
Roger Newton 
Mineral Bluff, Georgia 
Carlene Nichols 
Route 2 

Clayton, Georgia 
Bruce Nicholson 
Route 3 

Clarkesville, Georgia 
Ronald Niebaum 
345 70th Avenue 
St. Petersburg Bch., Fla. 
Thomas O'Brien 
437 Brookside Drive 
Roselle, New Jersey 
Lamar Oglesby 
Route 2 

Martin, Georgia 
Tom Orcutt 
73 Mill Road 
Stamford, Connecticut 
Norman Owens 
Route 1 

Clayton, Georgia 
Janice Plamer 
P.O. Box 91 
Demorest, Georgia 
Ronald Parham 
665 Hoyt Street 
Cornelia, Georgia 
Anthony Parinella 
20 Cook Avenue 



Jamestown, New York 
Steven Parker 
30 Peacock Lane 
Commack, New York 
Ronnie Parrish 
Route 3, Box 116 
Franklin, North Carolin 
Ray Parson 
Star Route 
Blairsville, Georgia 
David Partain 
P.O. Box 89 
Copperhill, Tennessee 
Edward Pasinski 
250 4th Street 
Jersey City, New Jersey 
Richard Pasinski 
250 4th Street 
Jersey City, New Jersey 
Allen Patrick 
Route 1 

Baldwin, Georgia 
David Edward Payne 
Route 1 

Baldwin, Georgia 
Dennis Payne 
113 Fair Street 
Toccoa, Georgia 
Steve Pearce 
715 South Lee Street 
Alexandria, Virginia 
James Pendergrass 
P.O. Box 115 
Clayton, Georgia 
Dorothy Pennington 
Route 5 
Franklin, N.C. 
Robert Peters 
725 Riverbend Drive 
Linden, New Jersey 
L. G. Petitt 
Route 4 

Cleveland, Georgia 
Linda Pharr 
Monroe Street 
Dacula, Georgia 
Elizabeth Phillips 
Route 1, Box 189 A 
Hiawassee, Georgia 
Robert Pickens 
Route 3 

Westminster, S.C. 
Roy Pilgrim 
Route 1 

Mt. Airy, Georgia 
Henry Pollitz 
801 S.W. 17th Street 
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 
Patricia Poole 
28 Perry Street 
Franklin, N.C. 
Anthony Porter 
651 Broadway 
Bethpage, New York 
Catherine Porter 
Demorest, Georgia 
Tommy Powell 
P.O. Box 515 
Cornelia, Georgia 
David Power 
2687 Pineland Avenue 
Doraville, Georgia 
Marilyn Prater 
Route 2 

Clayton, Georgia 
John Preece 
7501 Democracy Blvd. 
Bethesda, Maryland 
Anthony Presley 



417 West Tugalo Street 

Toccoa, Georgia 

William M. Queen 

Route 1 

Blue Ridge, Georgia 

Darrel R. Rabun 

Gibson, Georgia 

Wayne Donald Ramey 

Route 1 

Westminster, S.C. 

David Rankin 

Route 2 

Sciotoville, Ohio 

Bill Rankin 

25 Spring Street 

Noank, Connecticut 

Larry Rawlins 

2507 South 8th Street 

Ironton, Ohio 

Leon Reid 

Holly Street 

Demorest, Georgia 

Mary Reilley 

70 Spencer Avenue 

East Greenwich, R.I. 

Cecil Reno 

Route 1 

Royston, Georgia 

Tom Richard 

28 Linfield Street 

Holbrook, Massachusetts 

William Richwine 

Route 2, Box 118 

Clarkesville, Georgia 

Michael Riley 

17 Victor Street 

Gainesville, Georgia 

Kenneth Robb 

16 Spring Valley Road 

Natick, Massachusetts 

Danny Rogers 

114 Riley Street 

Westminster, S.C. 

Stacia Roll 

2936 Garfield Terrace 

Washington, D.C. 

Christi Rowland 

309 South Marcus St. 

Wrightsville, Georgia 

Paula Jane Rowland 

309 South Marcus St. 

Wrightsville, Georgia 

Jeff Russell 

1026 Azalea Drive 

Augusta, Georgia 

Jane Rustin 

P.O. Box 415 

Demorest, Georgia 

Michael Scott 

478 Falls Road 

Toccoa, Georgia 

Al Shavel 

581 Leonard Street 

Brooklyn, New York 

Lamar L. Sheed 

Demorest, Georgia 

John K. Sheriff 

Route 3 

Westminster, S.C. 

Richard Sherwood 

154 Poplar Street 

Toccoa, Georgia 

Jack Shirley 

Route 2 

Clarkesville, Georgia 

John Brady Shirley 

Box 2 

Tallulah Falls, Georgia 

Nelson Shirley 



142 



Route 4, Box 391 
Toccoa, Georgia 
Mark A. Shohat 
P.O. Box 442 
Demorest, Georgia 
Beth Shore 
Route 1 
Alto, Georgia 
Evelyn Short 
Level Grove Road 
Cornelia, Georgia 
Revena Shuler 
Route 3, Box 110 
Franklin, N.C. 
Charles Simpson 
Route 3 

Westminster, S.C. 
Dock C. Sisk 
Route 1 

Homer, Georgia 
Larry Skinner 
Cleveland, Georgia 
Ron Slagle 
220 Wayah Street 
Franklin, N.C. 
Judy Slaton 
Route 1 

Cornelia, Georgia 
Jeffrey Slone 
Route 1 
Waverly, Ohio 
Donald Smith 
Route 3 

Clarkesville, Georgia 
Faye Jane Smith 
Valley Street 
Clayton, Georgia 
Cayle Smith 
P.O. Box 397 
Sandwich, Massachusetts 
George Terry Smith 
P.O. Box 492 
Demorest, Georgia 
Marvin J. Smith 
Route 1 

Mt. Airy, Georgia 
Michael Loy Smith 
Route 3 

Clarkesville, Georgia 
Mike Smith 
218 Craig Street 
Toccoa, Georgia 



Rita Jane Smith 
P.O. Box 22 
Demorest, Georgia 
Sandra B. Smith 
106 Evans Street 
Westminster, S.C. 
Tommy Wayne Smith 
430 Southview Drive 
Athens, Georgia 
Kay Solomon 
P.O. Box 553 
Demorest, Georgia 
Leon Solomon 
P.O. Box 553 
Demorest, Georgia 
Carol Speed 
Route 3, Box 31A 
Franklin, N.C. 
Tommy Spitz 
2812 Bellview Road 
Anderson, S.C. 
Dorsey Stancil 
Duncan Creek Road 
Buford, Georgia 
Carolyn Stephens 
P.O. Box 306 
Demorest, Georgia 
Gary Stephenson 
801 Big A Road 
Toccoa, Georgia 
Larry Stephenson 
2001 Roosevelt Drive 
Augusta, Georgia 
David Stewart 
Route 2, Box 36 
Clarkesville, Georgia 
Thomas Stolp 
602 Ackerman Avenue 
Hohokus, New Jersey 
Dorothy Street 
130 Hayes Street 
Toccoa, Georgia 
John Stribling 
Habersham, Georgia 
Walter Stroup 
29 Melody Lane 
Asheville, N.C. 
James Stuart 
6217 Idylwood Lane 
Edina, Minnesota 
Brian Sullivan 
5B Swallow Ceader 



Glenn W. 
Lakehurst, New Jersey 
William Swain 
6526 Kerns Road 
Falls Church, Virginia 
Donna Tallarico 
922 Harold Avenue 
Washington, Pennsylvania 
Jimmy Tallent 
P.O. Box 242 
Helen, Georgia 
Joel Tench 
Route 1 

Demorest, Georgia 
Terry Tench 
408 North Hoyt Street 
Cornelia, Georgia 
Anthony Thompson 
212 Summit Street 
Cornelia, Georgia 
Judy Thompson 
4637 Thompson Mill Rd. 
Lithonia, Georgia 
Walter Thorner 
2729 Sydelle Street 
Sarasota, Florida 
Colby Tilley 
P.O. Box 118 
Pittsboro, N.C. 
Thomas Todd 
Seattle, Washington 
Bob Tomlin 
P.O. Bxo 432 
Clayton, Georgia 
Robert Tougas 
38 Glendower Street 
Avon, Massachusetts 
Robert Towles 
2239 Kodiak Drive, NE 
Atlanta, Georgia 
Lawrence Tramaglini 
59 Truesdale Drive 
Croton- on -Hudson, N.Y. 
Gregory Trought 
Sand Spring Road 
Morristown, N.J. 
Larry Tucker 
615 Mc Arthur Blvd. 
Warner Robins, Georgia 
Bill Tuten 
1651 7th Avenue 
Langley AFB, Virginia 



Lynne Tyson 

P.O. Box 665 

Dalton, Georgia 

Cosimo Urato 

95 North Dean Street 

Englewood, New Jersey 

Ann Dee Vail 

158 Port Road, Dept. E 

Riviera Beach, Fla. 

Gerard Vaillancourt 

54 Monroe Street 

Nashua, New Hampshire 

LaReine Verchot 

7324 Cove Terrace 

Sarasota, Florida 

Dennis Wagner 

458 Wilson Avenue 

Lyndhurst, New Jersey 

Edward H. Walker 

410 Walnut Street 

Cornelia, Georgia 

Jay Walker 

115 Hickory Street 

Warner Robins, Georgia 

William Wallace 

Route 3, Box 468 

Cumming, Georgia 

Ken Waller 

711 Spring Street 

Gainesville, Georgia 

John Walsh 

24 Broughtow Road 

Marblehead, 

Massachusetts 
Curtis Waters 
464 Falls Road 
Toccoa, Georgia 
Tim Watson 
Route 1 

Demorest, Georgia 
Kenneth Wells 
Route 3 

Lucasville, Ohio 
Esther Wessel 
Demorest, Georgia 
Larry White 
Route 1 

Blairsville, Georgia 
Mitchell White 
360 Level Grove Road 
Cornelia, Georgia 
Wendell White 



2456 Hilltop Road 
Schenectady, New York 
Brenda Sue Whitmire 
Route 2 
Alto, Georgia 
Bill Whitmire 
P.O. Box 157 
Walhalla, S.C. 
Dianne Whittington 
P.O. Box 745 
Thomaston, Georgia 
Frankie Whitworth 
1612 E. Tugalo Road 
Toccoa, Georgia 
Leonard Whitworth 
217 Allman Street 
Toccoa, Georgia 
Frederick Wilcox 
406 Jackson Avenue 
Dunellen, New Jersey 
Bill Williams 
430 South Elm Street 
Commerce, Georgia 
Diana Williams 
263 Robinson Avenue 
Staten Island, N.Y. 
Mrs. Lewis Williams 
323 Valley Road 
Toccoa, Georgia 
Ann Wilson 
Box 443 

Clarkesville, Georgia 
John F. Wilson 
873 Dexter Street 
Central Falls, R.I. 
Patsy Wood 
P.O. Box 234 
Demorest, Georgia 
Donna York 
Route 1 

Demorest, Georgia 
Charles Young 
973 Bruckner Blvd. 
Bronx, New York 
Burma Youngblood 
P.O. Box 101 
Mountain City, Georgia 
Donna Zimmerman 
1702 Euclid Avenue 
Syracuse, New York 




The YONAHIAN staff has endeavored to publish a Year- 
book that will be cherished for the memories it repro- 
duces and we hope that the book will be meaningful now and 
in the years to come. In the 1969 YONAHIAN we have tried 
to show the heritage of the past and traditions set for the 
future . 

Without the cooperation and encouragement of friends, 
students, staff members, and our faculty advisor, Miss 
Edna Holcomb, this book would surely not be. Truly, there 
are too many to thank- -too many to list here. It would be 
ingratitude on the part of the staff, however, if we did not 
thank Mrs . Alma Smith for lending us material from the 
Archives Room of the Library, and Mrs . Esther Byerly for 
her many hours of research. 

Dorsey Stancil 

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